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This is our first BlogcastFM Backstage episode without David. For those of you wondering, we're not canceling Backstage. While we work out the details, we'll be having a few discussion-based segments with former guests. In this episode, former BlogcastFM guest Grant Crowell joins me for a discussion on social philosophy. See The Essential Elements of Online Video with Grant Crowell. Here are some highlights from our chat:
  • A Look at Social Media and Our Behavior BlogcastFM Backstage
  • Approaching Social as a Sales Tool - Or a Connection tool
  • The Importance of a Realistic, Sustainable Business Model
  • Why Social Media Amplifies Our Good and Bad Traits
  • How Free Content Might Be Hurting Economic Growth
  • The Difference Between Demand and Value
  • Comparing Online Friends vs. the Friends in Our Physical Life
  • Learning to Ask for the Sale in Order to Make Money
  • How a Noisy Economy is Possibly Hurting Our Values 
  • The Charismatic Sociopaths - And the Danger They Present
  • A Look at How Our Digital Addictions Are Hurting Us
  • The Principle of Being a Social Capitalist
  • Dealing with People Who Want to Pick Your Brain
  • Learning How to Spot People Who are Taking Advantage of You
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Originally aired over 3 years ago.

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